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Computers, technology, and science are the topics featured here. Listen to weekly interviews with leading scientists and technologists in the Berkeley Groks collection; or explore issues related to the open source and digital commons movement in the Conference Proceedings collection.

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Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
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The famous discoveries made by the investigators at Jane Goodall's campsite in Gombe were perhaps made possible by Ruth Davis.  Who was she and what happened to her?  On this episode, Dr. Dale Peterson discussed the Ghosts of Gombe.
Topics: science, gombe, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
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What's in a face?  On this episode, we talk with Jason Rogers, who recently used the Noldus software to study the science of "resting b*** face" (RBF).
Topics: science, groks, Jason Rogers, RBF, science of shafe
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
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Advances in genomics are allowing us to see how a person's DNA interacts with their environment and lifestyle to influence his or her health. As our understanding of the human body improves, doctors may be able to diagnose diseases sooner and tailor treatments to match a patient's DNA, lifestyle and environment. On this episode, Dr. Eric Green discusses how next-generation genomic technology and the President Obama's initiative to advance "precision medicine" will impact the future of...
Topics: Eric Green, personalized medicine, genetics, genomics, DNA, health, precision medicine
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Computers & Technology
by All Things Considered
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Noah Adams interviews Fred D'Ignazio about the new Apple //c computer Compares Apple //c to Macintosh and Commodore 64.
Topics: Apple 2c, Apple IIc, Apple II, Apple //c, Commodore 64, Fred D'Ignazio, All Things Considered, Home...
SBARG Archival Project
by Anti-H8
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More shit for Sbarg grist-getting. A background loop style thing for my sister's land, Land of Crossroads and Tea. This sound way too dark to be about tea. I guess Crossroads could be taken as dark, and Sburb is kind of a dark game anyway. So whatev's. Source:  http://soundcloud.com/tokokono/land-of-crossroads-and-tea Uploader:  Anti-H8 Original Filename: N/A Upload date: 20121005
Topics: Soundcloud, audio, bullshit
SBARG Archival Project
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This track was downloaded from its original home at https://soundcloud.com/tokokono/land-of-reflections-and-zephyr-intro as part of the SBARG Archival Project. It has not been edited. The original soundcloud description was as follows: FUCK WHAT IS CHORD PROGRESSION WHAT IS MASTERING WHAT IS ANYTHING OTHER THAN A CHEAP 3XOSC SOUND FUCK I GIVE UP I JUST WANTED TO DO SOMETHING FOR GRIST IN THE ARG HERE YOU GO MIKE THE ONE YOU DID FOR MY LAND WAS BETTER FUUUUUUUU-
Topics: SBARG, Soundcloud, shitstep, sbarg, homestuck, sbargrist
Conference Proceedings
by Art Rhyno
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Art Rhyno speaks about information landscapes & spaghetti code at the 2003 Zap Your PRAM Conference, Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.
Topics: Zap Your PRAM 2003, Conference Proceedings
Source: The Zap Your PRAM Conference
Textfiles BBS Audio
by Bob Davis, Dr. James Carriger, William Curdy
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BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA Missiles Into Modems Bob Davis, Dr. James Carriger, William Curdy August 17-21 1994 The actual title is "From Missiles to Modems", but is listed everywhere else as "into". The three presenters tell the story of the creation of the "Team Net" BBS, a BBS for the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Port Hueneme, California. Besides the actual history of the Team Net BBS, they also give a general overview of the...
Topic: Conference Proceedings
Source: From the Collection of Rev. Michael Chowning, O.F.M.
Textfiles BBS Audio
by Bob Hartman
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BBSCON 1994 Atlanta Market Center INFOMART, Atlanta, GA TBBS Ultrachat Bob Hartman, eSoft August 18-21 1994 Bob Hartman, vice president of research and development at eSoft goes over the UltraChat product for TBBS. Ultrachat is a module that allows heavily customized chat offerings for a TBBS system. The session is a relatively short reading of the features of UltraChat by Hartman, followed by many questions from the audience; an excellent demonstration of the kinds of technical questions BBS...
Topic: Conference Proceedings
Source: From the Collection of Rev. Michael Chowning, O.F.M.
Conference Proceedings
by Buzz Bruggeman
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Buzz Bruggeman speaks about ActiveWords, blogs, and viral marketing at the 2003 Zap Your PRAM Conference, Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.
Topics: Conference Proceedings, Zap Your PRAM 2003
Source: The Zap Your PRAM Conference
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On June 16, 2006, Professor Lawrence Lessig gave a talk at the Center for American Progress entitled "The Withering of the Net: How DC Pathologies are Undermining the Growth and Wealth of the Net." This talk was the second in a series of three. The first talk was Professor Yochai Benkler , the third featured Dave Farber and Vint Cerf. In just under 40 minutes, Lessig delivered a stunning performance, documenting his assertion that the Internet was created by Republicans and discussing...
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Topics: Hack Number 9, net neutrality, Republicans, Internet, Lessig
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee
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Gordon Moore has perhaps done more to revolutionize our modern world than any other scientist, but few may know about his achievements.  On this episode, Arnold Thackray discussed the life and times of Gordon Moore.
Topics: moore's law, Gordon Moore, Silicon Valley, groks, technology
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee
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The excitement surrounding the advances in physics can be more difficult to convey than the actual advances themselves.  On this episode, Tasneem Zehra Husain discussed the threads weaving through the history of physics.
Topics: science, physics, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee
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Touch is a sensation that may be overlooked, but is essential to our development, everyday language, and emotional well-being.  On this episode, Prof. David Linden discussed the neuroscience of touch.
Topics: science, touch, neurobiology, groks
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee
audio
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Mixed severity fires help to rejuvenate the forests, but how will current policy shifts affect the health of the forests.  On this episode, Dominick DellaSalla discussed the importance of mixed severity fires.
Topics: fires, forestry, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee
audio
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Can robotics completely dominate the workforce?  Are any jobs immune from automation and artificial intelligence?  On this episode, Don Mazella discussed automation in the workforce.
Topics: science, robotics, workforce, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Satirical commentary on public events is nothing new, but now may be a greater force in shaping modern discourse.  On this episode, Sophia McClennen discussed how satire is saving the nation.
Topics: satire, groks
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Although vaccinations have cured several diseases, many parents are now choosing not to have their children vaccinated.  On this episode, Jennifer Reich discussed why parents decide not to vaccinate their children.
Topics: vaccination, science, biology, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Viscose rayon has been manufactured for over a century, but it continues to be a major health hazard to those involved in its production.  On this episode, Paul D. Blanc discussed the lethal history of viscose rayon.
Topics: science, technology, viscose, rayon
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Traumatic brain injury can result in the emergence of severe psychiatric symptoms.  On this episode, Dr. Sandeep Vaishnavi discussed the diagnosis and treatment of psychiatic problems associated with traumatic brain injury.
Topics: science, neuroscience, brain injury, TBI, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Efficiency may be a hallmark of effective organizations, but is the quest for efficiency beneficial in the long run? On this episode, Dr. Edward Tenner discussed the efficiency paradox.
Topics: efficiency, paradox, science, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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The tragedy of flight 242 remains a potent reminder in the history of aviation.  What lessons were learned and how did the people recover?  On this episode, Samme Chittum discussed the tragedy of flight 242.
Topics: science, aviation, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Every parenting journey may be unique, but some may be unusual.  On this episode, Kari Wagner-Peck discussed raising a child with Down's Syndrome.
Topics: science, groks, parenting
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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The PLATO system was a networked computer system that may have spurred the advent of the social networking. On this episode, Brian Dear discussed the history of the PLATO system.
Topics: science, computers, PLATO, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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A rare eclipse of a blue, super-moon will occur in North America on January 31.  What is this rare triple event? On this episode, Dr. Andrew Fraknoi discussed the eclipse of the blue, super-moon.
Topics: science, astronomy, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Modern phones have gone from being a tool to a temptation.  But, how do we break the cycle of addiction to our phones?  On this episode, Catherine Price discussed how to break up with your phone.
Topics: science, addiction, smartphone, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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What will be the next step in human evolution?  Will genetic engineering and artificial intelligence be the driving force?  On this episode, Dr. Don Simborg discussed what comes after Homo sapiens?
Topics: science, AI, genetic engineering, evolution, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Annihilation, the new film by Alex Garland, explores the self-destructive capacity of humans in a unique alien landscape.  On this episode, Dr. Adam Rutherford discussed his contributions to the development of Annihilation.
Topics: science, groks, Annihilation
Source: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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What are the hidden motives behind our actions?  Why do our brains make up stories about our actions to keep us unaware of our real motives?  On this episode, Dr. Robin Hanson discussed the elephant in the brain.
Topics: science, groks, motives
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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The next solar eclipse in America will occur on August 21, 2017.  What is the best way to prepare to observe it?  On this episode, Dr. Andrew Fraknoi discussed the Great American Eclipse.
Topics: eclipse, astronomy, groks, science
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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How much of the aging process is inevitable and how much can we control?  On this episode, Dr. Michael Roizen discussed controlling the aging process.
Topics: science, technology, groks, aging
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Parenting is a daunting task, but separating science from pseudo-science in child rearing is even more challenging.  On this episode, Dr. Stephen Hupp dispelled the great myths of child development.
Topics: science, technology, groks, child, development
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Discoveries of planets around other stars have now become commonplace.  But, the composition of these planets is anything but ordinary.  On this episode, Michael Summers discussed the discovery of exoplanets.
Topics: science, astronomy, exoplanets, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Are child prodigies and those with autism related?  On this episode, Kimberly Stephens discussed prodigy's cousin.
Topics: prodigy, groks, autism, science
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Oh, Canada! But, what do we know about our mysterious neighbor to the north?  On this episode, Jesse Brown discussed the Canadaland Guide to Canada.
Topics: Canada, science, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Swearing as an integral part of our language, but what can science tell us about why we swear?  On this episode, Benjamin Bergen discussed the science of swearing.
Topics: science, swearing, linguistics, psychology, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Although diet and exercise are important factors in heart disease, genetics may play a bigger role.  On this program, Dr. Jay N. Cohn discussed early detection of cardiovascular disease.
Topics: science, medicine, heart, cardiovascular, groks
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Although our bodies will inevitably age, how our brains age is another matter.  On this issue, Dr. Daniel Amen discussed memory rescue.
Topics: science, brains, memory, groks
Source: Groks Science Show
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Alzheimer's disease has become a major issue among the elderly, but how much of the progression of the disease is preventable through lifestyle choices?  On this episode, Drs. Dean and Ayesha Sherzai discussed the Alzheimer's Solution.
Topics: science, Alzheimer's, dementia, lifestyle, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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What is it like to be a dog?  Modern neuroscience may allow us to peer beyond the veil of how a dog perceives the world.  On this episode, Dr. Gregory Berns discussed what it is like to be a dog.
Topics: science, neuroscience, dog, groks
Source: Groks Science Show
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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End of life care is rarely discussed, although it is perhaps one of the most important conversations that one must have.  On this episode, Dr. Angelo Volandes discussed end-of-life medical care
Topics: science, medicine, palliative care, end of life, death, groks, conversation
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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The threat of a global pandemic resulting from a disease crossing over from animals to humans has become more likely in today's hyperconnected world. On this episode, David Quammen discussed animal infections and the next human pandemic.
Topics: science, technology, disease control, pandemic, spillover, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Narcissism and psychopathy are not generally well regarded personality traits, but how do we identify those personality types.  On this program, Dr. Frieda Birnbaum discussed these aberrant personality types.
Topics: psychology, groks, science
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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How can Heavy Metal music help us understand the Heisenberg uncertainty principle?  On this episode, Dr. Philip Moriarty discussed heavy metal music and quantum physics.
Topics: science, heavy metal, physics, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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What is epigenetics and how can our lifestyle influence the expression of our genes?  On this episode, Dr. Mitchell L. Gaynor discussed the gene therapy plan.
Topics: science, genes, therapy, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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How can traumatic events be passed to subsequent generations?  On this episode, Mark Wolynn discussed identifying and treating intergenerational trauma.
Topics: science, groks, biology, epigenetics, psychology
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Dinosaurs have long captivated the public imagination, but how much do we really know about their history?  On this episode, Dr. Steve Brusatte discussed the rise and fall of the dinosaurs.
Topics: science, dinosaurs, groks, paleontology
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Modern physics would likely not be the same without the work of Richard Feynman and John Wheeler.  On this episode, Prof. Paul Halpern discussed their work in the quantum labyrinth.
Topics: science, Feynman, Wheeler, physics, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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The human need to have pets continues, despite their declining utilitarian value.  On this episode, John Bradshaw discussed the animals among us.
Topics: science, anthrozoology, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Our understanding of the universe would be far poorer were it not for the women of the Harvard Observatory.  On this episode, Dava Sobel discussed their work in the Glass Universe.
Topics: science, astronomy, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Uncovering the mysteries of the brain is an ongoing endeavor. So, what do we really know about the brain?  On this episode, Dr. David Linden discussed these issues in the new book, Think Tank.
Topics: science, neuroscience, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Is there a god?  And, can science provide any insight into this most pressing philosophical question?  On this episode, Dr. Bernard Haisch discussed a scientific inquiry into the god question.
Topics: science, god, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Earthquake threats are not just limited to the pacific rim and have become more frequent due to human-induced seismic changes.  On this episode, Kathryn Miles discussed earthquakes in America.
Topics: science, earthquakes, fracking, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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The dinosaurs that roamed South America have generally not been well studied, but new discoveries have uncovered a remarkable lost world of giant creatures that roamed this continent.  On this episode, Donald Prothero discussed these Giants of the Lost World.
Topics: science, dinosaurs, paleontology, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Is risk taking a natural behavior?  What are the biological underpinnings of risk behavior?  On this episode, Kayt Sukel discussed the art of risk.
Topics: science, risk, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Hormones control just about everything in our bodies, but the scientific study of hormones has a long and sordid history.  On this episode, Dr. Randi Hutter Epstein discussed the history of hormones.
Topics: science, endocrinology, hormones, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Meat is a staple of the diet of many cultures, but its use may be outweighed by many factors.  On this episode, Marta Zaraska discussed the history of our obsession with meat.
Topics: science, groks, meat, diet, history
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Ordinary citizens are now contributing in extraordinary ways to the scientific enterprise.  On this episode, Caren Cooper discussed citizen science.
Topics: science, citizen, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Wearable technology has changed the way we interact with our mobile devices.  On this episode, Nile Nickel reviewed the new Apple watch.
Topics: science, technology, apple, watch
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Although technology is often accepted unquestioningly, the potential for unethical use of technologies is always present.  On this episode, Prof. Sheila Jasanoff discussed the ethics of invention.
Topics: science, ethics, technology, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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The Zika virus has become an epidemic in Brazil, so much so that it has caused many to question holding the Olympic games in Brazil.  On this episode, Dr. Joe Alton discussed the Zika Virus and the Olympics.
Topics: science, olympics, zika, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Consensus is often proposed as the most important thing to achieve in a group interaction, but is there benefit in dissent?  On this episode, Prof. Charlan Nemeth discussed the importance of dissent.
Topics: science, psychology, dissent, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Raising kids in a screen-filled world can be especially daunting, but can screen time actually be beneficial?  On this episode, Angela Santomero discussed parenting in a screen-filled world.
Topics: science, parenting, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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Resilience is a term that is often referred to when discussing highly effective individuals.  But, how do we build resilience in kids?  On this episode, Dr. Kate Lund discussed building resilience in kids.
Topics: science, resilience. groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Who was the last man to know everything?  Enrico Fermi may well be that person.  On this episode, David Schwartz discussed the life and times of Enrico Fermi.
Topics: science, Fermi, groks, physics
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Venom is found throughout nature and the animals that use them serve important ecological roles.  On this episode, Ronald Jenner discussed the science of venom.
Topics: venom, science, groks, biology
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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The gut is filled with a whole host of microbes that are essential for good health.  On this episode, Dr. Marie Claire-Arietta discussed the gut microbiome.
Topics: science, groks, gut, dirt, microbiome
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Although the invisible hand of economics may seem to be agnostic to the nature of industries supported, a change in the direction of capital may enable supporting clean industries.  On this episode, Joel Solomon discussed the clean money revolution.
Topics: science, economics, capitalism, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Bullying has become a national issue, even more so with advances in technology.  On this episode, Clete Bulach discussed dealing with bullying.
Topics: science, bullying, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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Camera traps have enabled a fascinating view of animals in their native habitat.  On this episode, Roland Kays discussed the creatures observed by camera traps.
Topics: science, biology, ecology, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
audio
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What does mythology tell us about the scientific environment of those who created them?  On this episode, Matt Kaplan discussed the science of the magical.
Topics: science, mythology, History, groks
Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Groks Science Radio Show and Podcast
by Charles C. Lee and Frank H. Ling
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The tech industry, while enormously successful, has seen many of its jobs move away from the United States.  On this episode, Hilarie Gamm discussed the billions lost in the tech industry.
Topics: science, technology, groks
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Although diet and exercise are important factors in heart disease, genetics may play a bigger role.   On this program, Dr. Jay N. Cohn discussed early detection of cardiovascular disease.
Topics: science, groks, medicine, heart, cardiovascular
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Quantum mechanics may be a powerful theory that enables everyday life, but what does it tell us about the nature of reality?  On this episode, Dr. Adam Becker discusses the search for meaning of quantum mechanics.
Topics: physics, quantum mechanics, groks, science
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Glyphosate, the active ingredient in Round-Up, has proven to be toxic to humans, yet it continues to be marketed.  On this episode, Carey Gillam discussed the troubling cover-up of glyphosate.
Topics: science, glyphosate, round-up, groks
Source: Groks Science Show and Podcast